|kök englanniksi||cooking sv, kitchen sv, cuisine sv|
: The project took a few days to gain momentum, but by the end of the week, things were really cooking.
*: Sir Henry and Umbopo sat conversing in a mixture of broken English and kitchen Zulu, in low voices, but earnestly enough.
*: For obvious reasons the percussion is normally arranged along the back of the platform, whether centrally or to one side, and sometimes also in two tiers, the heavy, noisier instruments behind, and the pitched, agile instruments such as vibraphone, marimba, etc. in front. An outstanding exception, however, exists in Roberto Gerhards Epithalamion where the composer expressly desired that the all-important kitchen department be spread out in front of the strings and hence nearest the audience.
: a tin kitchen
: French cuisine is considered to be one of the worlds most refined and elegant styles of cooking.
: The restaurant is noted for its excellent cuisine.